If your EPS documents can't be opened, most likely your document viewer doesn't support this format. One of the solutions of this problem is converting EPS (PDF) to RTF - a text format supported by all major viewers and text editors. RTF is one of the oldest document formats that is still widely popular due to its cross-platform support. If you want your EPS files to have the same compatibility with various applications, use Total PDF Converter. It is able to convert EPS to RTF in batch, i.e. process multiple conversions within one click.
The order of actions that you need to do for getting your files converted is very simple:
Install Total PDF Converter on your computer and open it.
Navigate through your memory folders to find where required source files are located.
Click on the folder with sources.
Move to the file list and checkmark files you want to convert (all of them).
Press RTF button in the top bar.
Specify the desired destination address and press Start!
After this your batch EPS converter will require a few seconds to display you a destination folder with ready-made RTF copies of your source files. If needed, you can set automatic deletion of source files after conversion is done.
Total PDF Converter is very flexible utility that offers a few ways of managing conversions:
The first one is managing the utility via user interface. Here all buttons are visualized, so you can easily do all settings ‘on screen'.
The second way is performing conversions from the command line. Use ‘cmd' Windows interface to enable the utility.
And the third one is converting files from the context menu (click on the file icon by the right mouse button and use ‘Convert to' option).
You can download EPS RTF converter from here and use it in any way that fits you.